Comcast Cares Cleanup Day

April 13, 2018

There is still time to volunteer for the Comcast Cares Day 2018 Boone County Community Cleanup. You can volunteer to help your community by responding to this email with your name, t-shirt size and lunch choice (ham, turkey, roast beef or veggie) and your work site preference if any, or by registering online at  I will need your lunch choices and worksite choices sent to this email if you register online.   Last year we had the largest Comcast Cares Day volunteer group in the Northern Illinois area.  Let’s show our community pride and try to beat those numbers this year! Please see below for more information.

Volunteers Needed for the Comcast Cares Day Boone County Community Cleanup.

Join us on Saturday, April 21 from 8:00 am-1: 00 pm.

Volunteers will work on the Long Prairie Trail, Kinnikinnick Conservation Area, Spencer Park and Belvidere Park District sites; Red Horse Bend and Mary Bracken Homestead Park.  Trash and recyclables will be collected by volunteers on the Long Prairie Trail.  Brush clearing, hiking trail and horse trail cleanup, and trash pickup will be done at the Kinnikinnick Conservation Area and brush clearing and trash pickup at Belvidere Park District sites.  Volunteers of all ages are encouraged to participate and are welcome to bring their own equipment including gloves, garbage grabbers, hand pruners and other hand tools. Free lunch and t-shirts will be provided.

Registration begins at the Poplar Grove Village Hall located at 200 Hill Street in Poplar Grove, IL, 7:30 am- 8:30 am. After a brief photo-op and program volunteers will disperse to their assigned work.


To register, go to the below link. Sign in using Facebook or create an account as a guest. Search for our project by using the 61008 area code on the search projects page. You must be signed in to register.

Scouts students, area business employees, church groups, service organizations and the public are invited to help.

Contact: Pam Stock to register at 815-547-7935 or online at
Bring work gloves and dress for the weather.

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